A guide to the perfect Georgia Bulldogs tailgate party

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Sep 27, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; The Georgia Bulldogs cheerleaders run on the field ahead of the team before the game against the Tennessee Volunteers at Sanford Stadium. Georgia defeated Tennessee 35-32. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

With the Georgia Bulldogs packing up and headed out for a number of weeks, those of us who will be anxiously awaiting their return for the home game against Auburn on Nov. 15 need to get a little work done.


And by work, we mean party preparations.

We are now more than halfway through the home football games at the University of Georgia. It’s been a wild first half of the season. Of course, winning just doesn’t happen on the field at Sanford Stadium. For some, having a winning tailgate means more.

There’s a saying at Ole Miss, “We may not always win the game, but we always win the party.” For any football fan in the South, the party is the tailgate.

They’ve obviously never been to Athens on a game week.

But for those of you who are new to the party scene in Athens or possibly even to tailgating at all, we’re here to help. We want to make sure everyone knows how to do it, and do it right.

While our beloved Georgia Bulldogs take their show on the road the next few weeks, let’s take a look at what makes a perfect Georgia Bulldog tailgate. That way we can show up those Auburn Tigers, wait Plainsmen, wait, Eagles when they come to town (they really need to settle on just ONE name).